Victoria Dolman Photography | Lynn & Andrew - Hassop Hall Derbyshire Wedding Celebrations

Lynn & Andrew - Hassop Hall Derbyshire Wedding Celebrations

June 03, 2016

My day started with our lovely bride Lynn who was getting ready at the prestigious Hassop Hall, Hassop Derbyshire. With her bridesmaids and flowergirls at her side and the champagne flowing, final touches were made to hair and make-up ready for the church service. 

Lynn and Andrew chose to get married at St Swithin's Church, Holmesfileld, the childhood home village of Groom Andrew set in the heart of the stunning Derbyshire countryside.  Alongside their beautiful young daughter, this lovely couple exchanged their wedding vows in the presence of family and friends in a relaxed and intimate wedding ceremony. Bride Lynn, chose a delicate pastel bouquet to compliment her stunning bridal gown. Groom Andrew wore a tailored grey suit with cream cravate and waistcoat making for a picture perfect couple! 

After the wedding rings had been exchanged, we stepped outside for a short time to capture several family photographs with immediate family members and the bridal party in the glorious March sunshine, before returning inside the church for the Christening of their daughter.  After the christening ceremony was completed we made our way outside for a few more photographs before it started to snow! 

The couple made their way in a fabulous vintage motorcar to the stunning Hassop Hall, Derbyshire a simply glorious setting for our couple's wedding reception. After a few more photographs with both our Bride & Groom and the bridal party and some fun confetti shots, guests made their way to the ballroom which had been tastefully decorated for the wedding reception. A great set of speeches were made before guests could enjoy a delicious meal and drinks in celebration with the couple. A fabulous day indeed! 

Thank you so very much for choosing Victoria Dolman Photography to capture the day, it was so much fun!

Many Congratulations to the newlyweds Mr and Mrs Smith! xx

 


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